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Content posted in October 2011
Whatever became of (fill in your own item here)?
Analog Design  
10/27/2011   39 comments
So many "next big things" have not-quite come and then are gone, in our fast-paced, amped-up world
When A solution is not THE solution
Analog Design  
10/20/2011   16 comments
Engineers have to remind everyone: it's all about the tradeoffs
Steve Jobs: one more view
Analog Design  
10/12/2011   9 comments
There are lessons from Steve Jobs and Apple that go far beyond the products alone.
Vindication, when you are right and everyone else is wrong
Analog Design  
10/6/2011   21 comments
Sometimes the lone voice promoting a contrary design or theory is eventually proved right, and recognized




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There’s a further cool thing you can do with a spreadsheet that most SPICEs can’t. That’s to use the spreadsheet ‘solver’ functionality to adjust component values in the search for a better-fitting circuit – or even to find a set of component values for a circuit you can’t otherwise design.
Infineon MOSFETs have been embedded into PC boards by Schweizer Electronic AG
You now need to adjust component values to achieve some system goal, such as predefined frequency response or time behaviour, and there’s no closed method for working out those values.
As a member of the electronics design community, I am angry and disappointed with the recent deaths of 346 people due to the Boeing MAX 8 design
The theoretical advantages of GaN-based power transistors are now being realized in mainstream system designs. Power supplies for data centers and telecom switching racks are two application areas where GaN transistors show significant improvement in comparison to systems using best-in-class Silicon-based Superjunction devices.
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